Webster strong in two pro disciplines

Julie Bellamy has relocated her office to the donated transportables because there are more cats than space at the RSPCA.
Julie Bellamy has relocated her office to the donated transportables because there are more cats than space at the RSPCA.

Despite finishing fourth in both pro open races, Webster is in third position with 36 points, behind defending champion Dean Porter on 44 and Louis Calvin, who won both of this round’s motos to put him on 50.

However, in the pro lites it’s a different story, with Webster now sitting on top of the table with 45 points, winning the first race and coming third in the second.

He is now just five points ahead of Jayden Rykers, who won the second race, and Robbo Lovett, who are both on 40.

Chris Bosnakis is also representing the northern suburbs in the top rankings of the championship, hanging on to third spot in the quads after winning the first race by 27 seconds, ahead of Luke Gaisford and series leader Anthony Pearce.

He sits on 41, just one point behind Pearce, who has been overtaken by Gaisford on 47.

This round also included the second round of the Women’s State Championships, with defending champ Jess Moore winning both races to retain top spot with 50 points, ahead of Shelley Connor (42) and Chelsea Blakers (38).

Other local winners included Carson Bascombe, who won the first races of the intermediate clubman opens and Tom Lilly and Brody Grothues, who took one second place each in the clubman lites.

The usual three-race program will return for round three in Bunbury on June 23.